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Old 07-08-2010, 09:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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HYBRID Bindingpack -Check out this new accessory, the HYBRID Bindingpack. There is nothing like it on the market. It's a gear bag that attaches to almost any traditional binding. Mounted between your bindings down on the deck you can't fall on it so carry your iPhone or a video camera or sunglasses and ride with no worries. Super light weight......compacts to carry in your pocket but expands and carries a ton of extras. Down low and centered, you won't even notice your carrying anything. The perfect accessory for big resort riding. Don't trust your pockets. Trust a HYBRID Bindingpack.
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Old 07-08-2010, 09:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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How much are they? I actually like this idea...

Pretty surprised nobody has thought of this as it makes a lot of sense, to me atleast.
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Old 07-09-2010, 08:57 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Lol, I can't believe there's a spam post I actually like! More info would definitely be appreciated
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Sounds like a good idea..
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It ain't going to carry and shovel and probe. In fact not sure how much it's going to carry. An extra beanie, your stash? Maybe some water.

Really I don't have any problems with a back pack. Maybe because I almost always ride with one in the bc, I'm used to it. At the resort though, I don't use one. I can see some usefulness there if you got some items you want to carry around that don't necessarily fit into a pocket comfortably. Looks like a lot of people would have to change their skate style though.
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Neat idea, I just don't carry around very much shit when I snowboard so it's not very feasable to me. My car keys, wallet and Ipod fit in my jacket, or even pants rather easily. Then again I guess if your at a mega resort where you have to walk from the parking lot 2 miles, it might be worth it.

I would just be worried about it reducing board preformance.
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I like it.

Lemme see, my usual pocket complement at the resort: Mini screwdriver, Ipod, phone, spare boa lace, tool for boa lace, ibuprofen, car keys, giant pink jelly dildo, cash, driver's license, debit card, season pass, camera, tissues, granola bars, other stuff, and board lock.

I might get me one of those.
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I agree with the posts above, all the gear I need to carry with me I fit in my pants on warm-weather days. In the cold weather days I have more than enough pockets for spare face mask, tools, etc. Personally I don't see someone carrying a video/still camera in a pouch that isn't more secure, if anything it needs something to keep it from bouncing around on the board if you're carrying valuables. I don't care how "tight fitting" it is either, if you're only supporting one side of the bag it's going to move. The website says it is tight fitting and yet in the video it's moved up and down easily by hand and you can see it bounce when the rider does a 180 and lands. Foam padding or not, I wouldn't put a video/still camera in it.

I don't see many people wanting to switch their male straps around to support this working between their feet either.

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It ain't going to carry and shovel and probe. In fact not sure how much it's going to carry. An extra beanie, your stash? Maybe some water.

Really I don't have any problems with a back pack. Maybe because I almost always ride with one in the bc, I'm used to it. At the resort though, I don't use one. I can see some usefulness there if you got some items you want to carry around that don't necessarily fit into a pocket comfortably. Looks like a lot of people would have to change their skate style though.
The most you would need to do is switch your straps around, and that's only if you want the bag to be removable (which is how I use it). It's not for every rider in every situation, it's simply another option for carrying stuff. I usually ride with a hoodie and not a jacket so I only have pants pockets which aren't very big. The craziest thing is how you can ride with stuff in it and hardly notice it. And you can't fall on it.

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Neat idea, I just don't carry around very much shit when I snowboard so it's not very feasable to me. My car keys, wallet and Ipod fit in my jacket, or even pants rather easily. Then again I guess if your at a mega resort where you have to walk from the parking lot 2 miles, it might be worth it.

I would just be worried about it reducing board preformance.
The Sidecar only weighs a few ounces empty. Even with a bottle of water it really doesn't mess with your ride much (if it is mounted in the middle, where I recommend mounting it). I've never fully trusted pants pockets. I actually use my goggle bag to hold any valuables I ride with, and I hook the string to the pocket zipper pull or to a carabiner on a beltloop. That way if my pocket does come open I still don't loose my stuff. The only time you really notice this bag is when your riding the lift and your board hangs free, and that depends on what you have in the bag.

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